Writer, director and producer of three micro-budget feature films, Ingrid Veninger (i am a good person/ i am a bad person, Modra, Only) will lead a two-day class on DIY filmmaking at the Winnipeg Film Group.
This class will give participants an overview of all the stages involved in independent filmmaking and is great for beginning to intermediate directors and producers.
Topics include writing, pitching, casting, crewing, securing locations, building budgets, scheduling, working with actors, getting the most out of your camera and sound, how to approach editing and the many options for finishing, clearing music, marketing, distribution, and exhibiting your film.
- Dates: Sat Oct 6 (1-5pm), Sun Oct 7 (1-5pm)
- Registration Fee: $60 mem | $90 non
- Location: The Black Lodge at the Winnipeg Film Group
- Participants: Max 12 participants
- Instructor: Ingrid Veninger
For more information on workshops, please contact the Winnipeg Film Group Production Centre at 925-3456, ext 109, or firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is now FULL, please call or visit the Production Centre to be placed on the wait list.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Born in Bratislava and raised in Canada, Ingrid formed pUNK Films Inc. in 2003. An award-winning creative producer and director, Ingrid has made numerous films, including: Gambling, Gods, and LSD (Genie Award for Best Documentary), NURSE.FIGHTER.BOY. (nominated for 10 Genie Awards in 2010), and three micro-budget dramatic features: i am a good person/i am a bad person, Modra and Only. Ingrid is a member of the film faculty at York University.
The Winnipeg Film Group ackowledges the generous support for the Academy Foundation, MAWA and On Screen Manitoba in enabling us to bring in Ingrid Veninger for this workshop.